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1960
1960  Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture: Selected Writings  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Universal Library, Gosset & Dunlap, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright, Edited by Gutheim, Frederick First published in 1941 by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, as the first volume in the Frank Lloyd Wright trilogy.  Original SC List Price $1.65.  (First University Library SC version) (Sweeney 532) Pp 275 0532.01.0399
1960  The Master Builders: Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover, DJ) (This is a Borzoi Book, published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York. Published Simultaneously in Canada by McClelland & Stewart, Ltd.) Blake, Peter The story of modern architecture is told in this absorbing and beautifully illustrated book through the lives and works of the three men who changed the face of the cities we live in..." (Publisher’s description.) Section 3 (15 Chapters): "Frank Lloyd Wright: and the Mastery of Space. Frank Lloyd Wright was, very probably, the last of the true Americans. This is not intended to suggest that he was of Red Indian origin (which he wasn’t) or that his... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1379) Continue... Pp 399 1379.00.0710
1960
Frank Lloyd Wright: Una Mostra Della Sua Opera Nell'ultimo Decennio Presentata Dagli Stati Uniti 'America Alla Xii Triennale di Milano 1960 (A Show Of His Work In the last decade Presented From the United States of America At XII Milan Triennale) Scarpa, Carlo; Wright, Frank Lloyd A catalogue for a commemorative exhibition on Frank Lloyd Wright on the first floor of the XII Milan Triennale. (Inside) "This publication was prepared in collaboration with the United States Information Agency, on the occasion of the United States at the XII Milan Triennale: The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright in the past decade - The Man above the machine. The exhibition has been designed and engineered by Paul Gotz and Walter McQuade and...  Continue...  (First Edition) (Sweeney 1389) Pp 40 1389.00.0815
1960
Usonia, Aspectos de la obra de Wright (Aspects of the work of Wright) (V.1 Stiff Cover, DJ; V2: Stiff Cover, both fit within a Slip Case) (Published by Ediciones Infinito, Buenos Aires) Sacriste, Eduardo Two volume set with slip case. Volume One: "A year after the death of Frank Lloyd Wright, - a year during which his vigorous personality has endured and strengthened - Ediciones Infinito is proud to present his readers with this essay on the ‘master of Taliesin’. Usonia is the first book about Wright written by an Argentine architect, expert of his work and the significance of it; Hence his interest for Spanish- speaking reader." (Dust Jacket.) Seventeen... (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1393)  Continue... Vol 1: Pp 99 plus 40 plates. Vol 2: 10 Sheets 1393.00.0517
1960
Usonia, Aspectos de la obra de Wright (Aspects of the work of Wright) (Volume 2 only, rebound in red hard cover by the library.) (Published by Ediciones Infinito, Buenos Aires) Sacriste, Eduardo Volume Two only: Ten folded sheets set within a stiff cover. 1) Hanna plot plan; 2) Pauson (2) and Lloyd Lewis (2) floor plans; 3) S.C. Johnson floor plan; 4) S. C. Johnson Construction detail and elevation; 5) Fallingwater Plot Plan; 6) Fallingwater Floor Plan (2) and Elevation; 7) Jacobs I Detail, Elevation and Plot Plan; 8) Jacobs II Detail, Elevation and Plot and Floor Plan; 9) Willey and Erdman Plot Plan; 10) Comparative Schemes. 6 x 9, Unfolded single sheets 18 x 12. Vol 2: 10 Sheets 1393.01.0517
1960  Frank Lloyd Wright (Masters of the World Architecture Series) (Hard Cover)  (Published by George Braziller, Inc, New York) Scully, Vincent Jr. Original HC List Price $5.95. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1394) Pp 125 1394.00.0999
1960  Frank Lloyd Wright (Masters of the World Architecture Series)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by George Braziller, Inc, New York) Scully, Vincent Jr. Original SC List Price $2.95. (Fourth Edition)  (Sweeney 1394) Pp 125 1394.00.0504
1960  Frank Lloyd Wright (Masters of the World Architecture Series)  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by George Braziller, Inc, New York) Scully, Vincent Jr. Original HC List Price $5.95. (Fifth Edition)  (Sweeney 1394) Pp 125 1394.00.0701
1960  Writ & Bldgs 2.jpg (3496 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: Writings and Buildings  (Hard Cover)   (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Selected by Edgar Kaufmann & Ben Raeburn This book was designed to fill the need for a compact, comparatively inexpensive volume which surveys the immense range of Frank Lloyd Wright's lifework. The achievement of the master architect is here presented in his own words and works — the text complemented by more than 150 illustrations, a rich abundance of drawings, photographs, plans and sketches from the early 1890s to 1959... "The greatest of all architects," as he has been... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1401) Continue... Pp 346 1401.00.0800 1401.01.1200
1960  Writ&BldgPBc 2.jpg (5564 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: Writings and Buildings (Soft Cover) (Published by Meridian Books, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Selected by Edgar Kaufmann & Ben Raeburn This book was designed to fill the need for a compact, comparatively inexpensive volume which surveys the immense range of Frank Lloyd Wright's lifework. The achievement of the master architect is here presented in his own words and works — the text complemented by more than 150 illustrations, a rich abundance of drawings, photographs, plans and sketches from the early 1890s to 1959... "The greatest of all architects," as he has been... (First Paper Edition) (Sweeney 1401) Continue... Pp 346 1401.02.0998
1960  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Guggenheim, Harry F. Book Edited and Designed by Ben Raeburn, Editor of Horizon Press.  Original cover price $3.95.  8.25 x 10.25. Two copies, one with and one without dust jacket. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1405) Pp 72 1405.00.0305 1405.04.0407
1960  Gugg 2.jpg (5262 bytes) The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Architect Frank Lloyd Wright  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Guggenheim, Harry F. Book Edited and Designed by Ben Raeburn, Editor of Horizon Press.  Three Copies.  Original SC List Price $3.95.  8 x 10.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1405) Pp 72 1405.01.1299 1405.02.0103 1405.03.0806
1960  ShiningBrow 2.jpg (6106 bytes) The Shining Brow  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd Part of the boxed three volume set. Original HC List Price $4.50. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1406) Pp 300 1406.00.0899
1960   A History of Modern Architecture  (Published in the U.S. by Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., Publishers, New York) Joedicke, Jurgen First published in 1959.  Translated from German by James C. Palmes.  Chapter three: “Frank Lloyd Wright.”  Describes Wright’s connection with the School of Chicago, the idea of organic, relationship with nature, Wright’s early houses, his influence on Europe and Wright’s later work.  Includes thirteen photographs and two illustrations of Wright’s buildings.  7.5 x 10.25.  (Second Edition) Pp 30-37 1407.03.0607
1960  Hudson Vitamin Products - 1961 Calendar  (Soft Cover)  Hudson Vitamin Products The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. Pp 14 1458.06.0802
1960
Louis Sullivan As He Lived, The Shaping of American Architecture (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Connely, Willard "Genius the master had, or rather, genius had him," Frank Lloyd Wright has written. "Genius is possessed him. It reveled in him. And he squandered it." Here is the first detailed life story of this possessed, richly endowed, reckless man. It is a full length biography of magnetic interest in which we witness the growth of the youthful genius – son of parents practiced in the yards -- into an architect already active early in his teens, and ultimately a partner, in his twenties, in the great firm of Adler and... Continue... Pp 322 1407.04.0618
1960  GuggMuseum 2.jpg (5751 bytes) The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Braun & Cie, Mulhouse, Paris) Guggenheim Foundation This is more about the collection of paintings in the museum than the building.  (First Edition) Pp 90 1406.01.0200
1961
1961  MasterbBuilders 2.jpg (6247 bytes) The Master Builders: Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright (Hard Cover, DJ) (This is a Borzoi Book, published by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York. Published Simultaneously in Canada by McClelland & Stewart, Ltd.) Blake, Peter The story of modern architecture is told in this absorbing and beautifully illustrated book through the lives and works of the three men who changed the face of the cities we live in..." (Publisher’s description.) Section 3 (15 Chapters): "Frank Lloyd Wright: and the Mastery of Space. Frank Lloyd Wright was, very probably, the last of the true Americans. This is not intended to suggest that he was of Red Indian origin (which he wasn’t)... (Second Edition) (Sweeney 1379)    Continue... Pp 263 -390 1379.01.0501
1961  FLW-Farr 2.jpg (5953 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York) Farr, Finis Dust jacket: This is the first full-length biography of Wright, the greatest American Architect who became one of the great American legends.  "I intend," said Wright on more than one occasion, "to be the greatest architect who ever lived."  Original HC List Price $5.95.  5.75 x 8.75.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1459) Pp 293 1459.00.0799
1961  The New Edifice of Unity Church  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Offset Press Inc., Oak Park, Ill.) Johonnot, Rodney F. This was first published in 1906 (Sweeney 59) and Wright was one of the three on the Brochure Committee.  Original SC List Price $3.50. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1463) Pp 20 1463.00.0302
1961  Architecture in America: A Battle of Styles  (Published by Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. New York) Edited by: Coles, William A.; Reed, Henry Hope Jr. 1-3) Wright, Frank Lloyd 4) Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl 5) Zevi, Bruno  6-8.. A compilation of articles. Includes articles written by and about Wright. 1) “Louis Sullivan - His Work” Arch Record July 1914. 2) “The Art and Craft of the Machine” Catalogue of the Fourteenth Exhibition of the Chicago Architectural Club 1901. 3) “An Organic Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy” published by Lund Humphries & Co 1939. 4) “Frank Lloyd Wright and The Ageing of Modern Architecture” Progressive Architecture May 1959. 5) “Architecture as Space...  (First Edition)    Continue... Pp 412  1) 50-1  2) 51-57  3) 58-59   4) 116-117   5) 132-133   6) 350-351  7) 351-353  8) 354-362  9) 362-368... 1464.05.0407
1961  A Special Study Set of Fine Art Reproductions  (Prepared by The University Prints. Cambridge, Mass.) University Prints "Harvard Fine Arts 197B."  Box set of 96 single sheets. Architectural photographs including five buildings by Wright.  Plate Numbers: 100 Robie House, Chicago; 101 Millard House, Pasadena, CA; 366 Fallingwater, Bear Run PA; 367 Johnson & Sons Tower, Racine WI; 392 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (Revised from 1959 set which included two photographs of the Guggenheim model. This is of actual building.)   Box 5.5 x 8.5.  (Revised Edition) Pp 96 1483.06.0107
1961
A Special Study Set of Fine Art Reproductions  (Prepared by The University Prints. Cambridge, Mass.) University Prints “Comprehensive Survey, American Art and Architecture, 706 Prints” Box set of 706 single sheets. Architectural photographs including 5 buildings by Wright. Plate Numbers: 68 Warren Hickox House, Kankakee, Illinois; 71 Larkin Building, Buffalo, NY; 73 W. W. Willits House, Highland Park, Illinois; 75 W. H. Winslow House, River Forest, IL; 76 Plans of Early Houses By Wright. Winslow, Hickox, Husser and Willitts; 80 Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL; 81 Coonley House...  (Revised Edition)    Continue... Pp 706 1483.09.0507
1961  Conversations with Artists (Soft Cover) (Published by Capricorn Books, New York. First published in 1957.) Rodman, Selden; Introduction by Eliot; Alexander Chapter 2. The Poles of Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson, pages 43-74, 106d-e. "But it cannot be described (Taliesin). It has to be seen. Or, better, lived in. For, as Wright was to say later himself, ‘The trouble with architecture is he architects. They don’t understand that it isn’t the roof and the four walls that make a house, but the spaces between them - the living spaces.’ " Includes two photographs and one illustration related to Wright. Original Soft Cover list price $1.45. 5 x 8. Pp 234 1483.16.0410
1961  Florida Southern College; Interlachen 1961 (Yearbook)  (Published by Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida) Florida Southern College Includes 19 images related to Wright’s buildings, which include the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, Esplanade, E. T. Roux Library, Polk Science Building, Waterdome and Watson Administration Building.  9.25 x 12.25. (First Edition) Pp 7-9 14-20 28-29 47 163-164 230 1483.08.0307
1961
Modern Architecture: The Architecture of Democracy (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Prentice-Hall International, London; George Braziller, New York) Scully, Vincent, Jr This book is in an attempt to define the historical dimensions of modern architecture and to evaluate its meaning in terms of modern life. Although it is not intended as a historical survey, it shows how the rise of the architecture of democracy is related to the roots and formulation of contemporary thought. Professor Scully traces the major developments which have taken place in modern architecture beginning with the democratic and industrial revolutions of the late eighteenth century and the... Continue... Pp 128 1483.32.1217
1961  Monona Terrace Auditorium and Civic Center (Soft Cover) (Published by Citizens for Monona Terrace, Inc.) Peters, William Wesley Pamphlet describing the proposed Monona Terrace project. Statistics, costs, construction and features, and facilities. 9 x 6.  (First Edition)  (Two copies) Pp 8 1464.01.0305 1464.02.0307
1961  People of Purpose (Hard Cover) (Published by Spencer Press, Inc., Chicago) Editor: Zim, Herbert S.; Drexler, Arthur; Untermeyer, Louis; Rand, Ayn; Wright, Frank Lloyd; Fitch, James M. Chapter 2: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Twentieth-Century Genius". A collection of quotes and excerpts from seven books and articles. 1) Introduction: Quote from Arthur Drexler, "Frank Lloyd Wright was unquestionably the greatest of American architects..." 2) Excerpts from "Makers of the Modern World", Untermeyer, 1955. 3) Excerpts from "The Fountainhead", Rand, 1943. 4) "A Shockproof Hotel", excerpts from "An Autobiography", Wright, 1943. 5) "Home... (First Edition)    Continue... Pp 26-53 1483.19.0213
1961  Report to LaFayette Design Project (Produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Spring Green Wisconsin, Scottsdale, Arizona) Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Forward by Aaron G. Green From the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin Associated Architects. Aaron G Green AIA Architect Associated. Introduction. Background Analysis. Basis Planning Considerations. Master Plan for Business District. Statement to the Business Community. The Upgrading of Mt. Diablo Boulevard. Festival. Signs. Poles and Wires. Questionnaire. Ways and Means. Includes nine photographs and eight illustrations. Original list price $5.00. 8.5 x 11. (First Edition) Pp 32 1483.14.0110
1961   13) “The Midway Gardens, 1914 - 1929" 3) Fern, Alan M.   4) Iannelli, Alfonso   5) John Lloyd Wright   6) Wright, Frank Lloyd An exhibition of the building by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the sculpture by Alfonso Iannelli.  April 24 - May 20, 1961, Lexington Hall Gallery, 5831 University Avenue. Sponsored by the College Humanities Staff, The University of Chicago. Includes:  1) Acknowledgments   2) Materials of Exhibition    3) “The Midway Gardens”   4) “Architecture and Sculpture in the Making of Midway Gardens”   5) “A letter to Mr. Iannelli from John Lloyd Wright” dated June 10, 1954...   Continue... Pp 17 1526.08.0407
1961  The Johnson Foundation: Wingspread, Racine, Wisconsin (Published by The Johnson Foundation, Racine, Wisconsin) Peters, Gerald; O’Brien, James E.; Kincaid, Dorothy A pamphlet that includes reprints of four articles about Wingspread.  Dates include: November 27, 1960;  March 12, 1961;  March 22, 1961;  April 24, 1961.  8.5 x 11.  (First Edition) Pp 10 1464.04.0307
1961  Wingspread: Dedication Ceremony.  June 24, 1961  (Published by The Johnson Foundation, Racine, Wisconsin) The Johnson Foundation A pamphlet for the dedication of Wingspread.  The home was designed by Wright in 1938 for Mr. And Mrs. H. F. Johnson.  In 1960, through a gift of the Johnson’s, it become the headquarters of The Johnson Foundation.  7.3 x 9.75.  (First Edition) Pp 8 1464.03.0307
1962
1962  Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography  (British Version)  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Jnathan Cape, London) Farr, Finis First published in the US, 1961.  Different version from US copy.  6 x 8.9.  (First British Edition) 6 x 9 Pp 224 1459.01.0405
1962  Marin County Civic Center (Published by the Marin County Board of Supervisors)  (Soft Cover) Marin County Board of Supervisors Pamphlet published for the dedication of the building, October 1962."Beauty is the moving cause of nearly every issue worth the civilization we have, and civilization without a culture is like a man without a soul. Culture consists of the expression by the human spirit of the love of beauty." Frank Lloyd Wright, From an address to the people of Marin County, July 1957. "Democracy, Gospel of Individuality. Only human values are life-giving. No organic values are ever life taking. When man...  Continue... (Sweeney 1485) Pp 28 1485.00.0101 1485.00.0217
1962  Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael, California (Published by the Marin County Board of Supervisors) Marin County Board of Supervisors Pamphlet published for the dedication of the building, October 1962.  Includes five illustrations.  Smaller version of S.1485. 6.5 x 8.5.  (First Edition) Pp 4 1485.01.0307
1962  LivingArch 2.jpg (6288 bytes) Living Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Britannica Books, Chicago) Ransohoff, Doris Original HC List Price $2.95.  5.6 x 8.5. (Compton’s)  (First Edition)  Two copies.  (Sweeney 1486) Pp 191 1486.00.0499 1486.00.0899
1962  The Intellectual Versus The City. From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright. (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Harvard University Press and The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Mass. Copyright by the President and Fellows of Harvard College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.) White, Morton & Lucia Chapter 12: "Architecture against the City: Frank Lloyd Wright. ...A powerful artist, a dramatic personality and lively writer, he dominates twentieth-century American architecture in a way that makes him an inevitable representative of his discipline in a study like the present one." 6.25 x 9.5. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1487) Pp 189-99 1487.00.1102
1962  The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published for the Museum of Modern Art by Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Introduction by Drexler, Arthur Published in conjunction for the exhibition "The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright." The Wright show will remain until May 6. Enough Wright drawings to fill all the first floor exhibition areas were amassed by Wilder Green and Arthur Drexler from more than 8000 in the files of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The well-known Wright genius for presentation is here documented from its earliest to its latest days... Includes 303 Illustrations. Original HC List Price $15.00...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1489) Pp 320 1489.00.0199 1489.00.0305
1962
Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright, The (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Bramhall House, New York, a division of Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., by arrangement with Horizon Press) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Introduction by Drexler, Arthur Dust Jacket: "This definitive new collection, one of the most important and exciting books of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work ever published, gives us the privilege of watching the master architect at work. It is in the magnificent drawings from his own hand - many never published before, and never seen anywhere outside the architect’s studios - that he reveals to us, with astonishing clarity, the making and meaning of is architecture...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1489) Pp 320 1489.02.0215
1962  Japanese Prints Exhibition (Soft Cover)  (Published by Los Angeles Municipal Art Commission, Los Angeles) Frank Lloyd Wright, L.A. Municipal Art Department Catalog for an exhibition of Wright’s Japanese Prints at the L.A. Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, from January 10 - Feb. 4, 1962. Also includes a reprint from the 1917 Arts Club of Chicago, Sweeney 137.  (First Edition) (Sweeney 1495) Pp 16 1495.00.1102
1962  Architecture: Man in Possession of His Earth (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York. Biography by Iovanna Lloyd Wright. Designer and editor Patricia Coyle Nicholson.) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wright, Iovanna Lloyd Is this Wright’s "last testament to the art he did so much to perfect", a "Memoir from a Master Builder" his "last book"? So claims the Publisher. "In this profusely and handsomely illustrated work Mr. Wright, characteristically original, explains architecture in terms of its basic, common materials. Each new material, as it was discovered or developed, came to be used in a different way... As he introduces the material - stone, brick, wood... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1496)    Continue... Pp 128 1496.00.0998
1962  Frank Lloyd Wright: Man Over Machine (Published by the Art Gallery and Museum, Hong Kong. Printed by the Government Printer) Art Gallery and Museum, City Hall Hong Kong Catalog: A Usis Exhibition, Art Gallery and Museum, City Hall Hong Kong.  September 28th to October 28th 1962.  Includes 42 items.  Price stamped on back 20c.  8 x 5.25.  (First Edition) Pp 16 1497.01.0406
1962  Florida Southern College; Interlachen 1962 (Yearbook)  (Published by Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida) Florida Southern College Includes 18 images related to Wright’s buildings, which include the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, Esplanade, E. T. Roux Library, Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial, Ordway Arts Vista, Polk Science Building, William H. Danforth Chapel, Waterdome and Watson Administration Building.  9.25 x 12.25.  (First Edition) Pp 5 8-9 12-13 16-20 194-195 1526.07.0307
1963
1963 The Natural House (Soft Cover) (Published by The New American Library, New York, Toronto, London. A Mentor Book.) Wright, Frank Lloyd First New American Library edition. Copyright 1954 by Horizon Press Inc. Publication date not indicated, but published in 1963. Original cover price $1.25. 4.25 x 7. (Third Edition)  (Sweeney 991) Pp 224 0992.06.0898
1963
The Living City (Soft Cover) (Mentor Books are published in the United States by the New American Library of World Literature, Inc., New York.) Wright, Frank Lloyd First Mentor Books edition. Copyright 1958 by Horizon Press Inc. "A master architect of the twentieth century unfolds his revolutionary idea for a city of the future, a brilliant solution to the ills of urbanization whereby man can attain dignity in his home, his work, his community. Broadacre City is a decentralized community in which the distinction between country and city is obliterated. It is a vast design of dwellings – prefabricated cottage apartment-office building, home for sloping ground... Continue... (Sweeney 1218)   Pp 255 1218.05.0617
1963  Architecture: Man in Possession of His Earth (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Macdonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., London, Made and printed in Great Britain by Henry Hildesley Ltd., London. Biography by Iovanna Lloyd Wright. Designer and editor Patricia Coyle Nicholson.) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Wright, Iovanna Lloyd First published in 1962 by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York. Exactly the same version as the U.S. edition with the exception of a new Dust Jacket. Is this Wright’s "last testament to the art he did so much to perfect", a "Memoir from a Master Builder" his "last book"? So claims the Publisher. "In this profusely and handsomely illustrated work Mr. Wright, characteristically original, explains architecture in terms of its basic... Continue... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1496) Pp 128 1496.01.0200
1963  Guide to Chicago & Midwestern Architecture (Two Copies) (Soft Cover)  (Published by Burnham Library of Architecture, Art Institute of Chicago) Burnham Library of Architecture, Art Institute of Chicago This is a revised version of Sweeney 747, Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright in Six Middle Western States, 1949.  This edition contains Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright in Seven Middle Western States 1887-1959.  Two copies different cover wraps, but same paper inside.  Same text.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1527) Pp 28 1527.00.0503 1527.00.0404
1963  Four Great Makers of Modern Architecture: Gropius, Le Corbusier, Mies vander Rohe, Wright.  (Published by the Trustees of Columbia University, New York) Dow, Alden B.; Kaufmann, Edgar Jr.; Manson, Grant; Churchill, Henry S.; Collins, George R.; Smith... A Verbatim record of a symposium held at the School of Architecture from March to May 1961.  Includes chapters by: Dow: “The Continuity of Idea and Form” Pp 24; Kaufmann: “The Fine Arts and Frank Lloyd Wright” Pp 27; Manson: “Frank Lloyd Wright and the Tall Building” Pp 38; Churchill: “The Social Implications of the Skyscraper” Pp 44; Collins: “Broadacre City: Wright’s Utopia Reconsidered” Pp 55; Smith: “The Domestic Architecture... (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1528)   Continue... Pp 296 1528.00.0306
1963  Problems of the 19th & 20th Centuries. Studies in Western Art. Acts of the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art. Volume IV (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ) Introduction: Hitchcock, Henry-Russell; Scully, Vincent Jr.; Brooks, H. Allen; Jacobs, Stephen W.; Meeks, Carroll L... This volume contains papers presented at the Twentieth International Congress of the History of Art, held in New York City September 7-12, 1961. Five presentations include: "Frank Lloyd Wright and Twentieth-Century Style" by Scully; "The Prairie School, the Midwest Contemporaries of Frank Lloyd Wright" by Brooks; "California Contemporaries of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1885-1915" by Jacobs; "Wright’s Eastern-Seaboard Contemporaries...  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1529)   Continue... Pp 1-87 1529.00.1013
1963  Hb1965 2.jpg (2442 bytes) The House Beautiful, 1963 Facsimile Edition (Two Copies)  (Hard Cover)  (Published by W.R. Hasbrouck, A.I.A., The Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) Gannet, William C. Originally designed By Frank Lloyd Wright in 1897.  This is a much more accurate reproduction than the 1996 version.  Limited to 1,000 copies.  Original HC List Price $22.50.  Two Copies. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1530) Pp 55 1530.00.1200 1530.00.0404
1963  Four Santa Barbara Houses: 1904-1917 (Soft Cover) (Published by The Art Gallery of the University of California, Santa Barbara) Gebhard, David A pamphlet for an exhibition presented by the Art Gallery of the University of California, Santa Barbara, September 17 - November 12, 1963. Exhibition on four homes, one of which is the Stewart House (1909 - S.160). "The most adventuresome of these four Santa Barbara houses, in terms of a bold articulation of interior space, is the Wright’s house of 1909. The cruciform plan of this house, with its two-storied, balconied living room, and low... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1531)   Continue... Pp 4 (+4 photographs) 1531.00.0113
1963  Architecture: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Hard Cover) (First published in 1958. Published by Penguin Books, Baltimore, Maryland) (The Pelican History of Art, Edited by Nikolaus Pevsner) Hitchcock, Henry-Russell Chapter 19: "Frank Lloyd Wright and His California Contemporaries". Summarizes Wrights life and work, and touches on Maybeck, Howard, Green and a few other California Architects. Also heavily included in "The Detached House in England and America". Includes eight floor plans including the Heller, Husser, Hickox, Willitts, Glasner, Millard, Willey and Jacobs Residences. Twelve black & white plates include the Winslow (p128a), Hickox (p142a)... (Second Edition) (Sweeney 1532)   Continue... Pp 253-279, 320-335 1532.00.0113
1963  The Highway and the City (Soft Cover) (A Harvest Book. Published by Hartcourt, Brace & World, Inc., New York) Mumford, Lewis A compilation of 23 articles written by Mumford between 1953 and 1963, including two concerning Frank Lloyd Wright. 1) "What Wright Hath Wrought", published in the New Yorker, December 5, 1959, "The Skyline: What Wright Hath Wrought" (S.1339). 2) "Postscript: In Memoriam: 1869-1959", published in The Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters as "Frank Lloyd Wright", 1960... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1533)   Continue... Pp 124-142 1533.00.0113
1963  Buildings, Plans And Designs, Frank Lloyd Wright (Folio) (Published by Horizon Press, New York) (First Edition 1963 Printing) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Forward by Peters, William Wesley In 1910, Frank Lloyd Wright published the Wasmuth Portfolio entitled "Ausgeführte Bauten und Entwürfe". It consisted of 100 loose elephant folio plates of drawings and plans by Wright and was published by Ernst Wasmuth in Berlin. In 1963 Horizon Press republished the complete set in its original size, including the case shown here. Also includes a 32 page booklet. "To thus make of a dwelling place a complete work of art, in itself as expressive and beautiful... (Sweeney 1534)  Continue... Pp 100 + 32 1534.00.1100 1534.01.0716
1963  Plate74 2.jpg (5186 bytes) Buildings, Plans & Designs - Folio  (Single Sheet)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright Emma Martin House (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1534) Plate #74 1534.74.0200
1963  Plate91 2.jpg (5554 bytes) Buildings, Plans & Designs - Folio  (Single Sheet)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright Edward C. Waller House (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1534) Plate #91 1534.91.0200
1963
Frank Lloyd Wright: Schriften Und Bauten (Writings and Buildings) (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Albert Langen and Georg Muller, Munchen, Wien. Printed in Germany) Wright, Frank Lloyd; Selected by Edgar Kaufmann & Ben Raeburn Printed in German. This book was designed to fill the need for a compact, comparatively inexpensive volume which surveys the immense range of Frank Lloyd Wright's lifework. The achievement of the master architect is here presented in his own words and works — the text complemented by more than 150 illustrations, a rich abundance of drawings, photographs, plans and sketches from the early 1890s to 1959... "The greatest of all architects... (First Edition) (Sweeney 1535) Continue... Pp 332 1535.00.1214
1963  RootsLife 2.jpg (6131 bytes) Roots of Life  (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd Part of the boxed three volume set. Original HC List Price $4.50. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1536) Pp 256 1536.00.0899
1963  la casa sulla cascata di F. L. Wright, 25 anni dopo  (Soft Cover) (Published by ET/AS Kompass, Italy) Zevi, Bruno & Kaufmann, Edgar Jr. Riegl’s prophecy and Fallingwater”: Zevi.  “Twenty five Years of the House on the Waterfall, Frank Lloyd Wright architect”: Kaufmann. This is a reprint from two separate articles in the August 1962 issue of L’Architettura.  The text is in Italian and English.  This soft cover edition is laid out differently then the hard cover version.  It has printed each article separately as it appears in the publication.  The HC version combines the two articles.  Includes...  (First Edition) (Sweeney 1537)   Continue... Pp 80 1537.00.0301
1963
A Singing Reed (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago, Alderbrink Press.) Iris, Scharmel A compilation of 63 poems. "Acknowledgment is due the following magazines in which some of these poems first appeared: The New York Times, The  Ladies Home Journal., The Little Review, The Stylus, Poetry." Introduction: "...Scharmel Iris comes before us today in a volume that does not depend for its reception upon his life history of struggle with misfortune or upon the praise of other poets. He stands upon his work. These selections from a great mass, the production of years, seems to me to be of a singularly uniform excellence..." Robert Morss Lovett.. Signed by the author. Original cover price $3.00.  (First Edition) 6.1 x 9.25. Pp 64 1565.45.1114
1963  Exhibition of Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright at Unity Temple. Lake St. & Kenilworth, Oak Park. (Published by the Chicago Heritage Committee with the Cooperation of the Unitarian Universalist Church, Oak Park) Barbour, Ted; Hasbrouck, W. R.; Iannelli, Alfonso Pamphlet for the "Exhibition of Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright", featuring Furniture, Fabrics, Sculpture and Drawings. September 29, 1963. It also included a visit to three Wright homes: Winslow, Chauncey Williams and Thomas Gale. Cover design by Alfonso Iannelli (1888-1965). Iannelli was a major American sculptor, poster and graphic designer. He collaborated with Frank Lloyd Wright on the Midway Gardens, Chicago, 1912-1915. 7 x 8.5. (Two copies.) Pp 4 1565.39.0213 1565.52.0817
1963 HABS  Rookery Building, (HABS No. ILL-1030), 209 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. (Published by Historic American Building Survey, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, National Park Service, Arlington, Virginia.) Osmund R. Overby Includes "Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data" (13 sheets), Measured Drawings (8 sheets completed in August 1967, one of which relates to Wright’s remodel), and Photographs (two of the original Lobby and two of Wright’s remodeled Lobby). The Rookery building was designed by Burnham and Root in 1888. Edward C. Waller, a client of Wright’s, managed the Rookery Building in 1905 and retained Wright in 1905 to remodel the Entryway and Lobby. Wright’s... Continue... Pp 13 2086.01.0512
1963 The Future of Architecture (Published as a Mentor Book by the New American Library of World Literature, Inc., New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd First published by Horizon Press in 1953. Includes 41 photographs and one illustrations. Original cover price 95c.  4.25 x 7.1. (First Mentor Edition) Pp 352 1565.16.0207
1963
Drei Meisterarchitekten, Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright (Three Master Architect) (German) (Soft Cover) (Published by R. Piper & Co., Verlag, Munchen) Blake, Peter Printed in German. "The story of modern architecture is told in this absorbing and beautifully illustrated book through the lives and works of the three men who changed the face of the cities we live in..." (Publisher’s description.) Section 3 (15 Chapters): "Frank Lloyd Wright: and the Mastery of Space. Frank Lloyd Wright was, very probably, the last of the true Americans. This is not intended to suggest that he was of Red Indian origin (which he wasn’t) or that his ancestors... Continue... (Sweeney 1379) Pp 372 1565.51.0516
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1964
American Architecture and Other Writings (Published by Atheneum, New York, by arrangement with Harvard University Press. First published by Harvard University Press in 1961. First Atheneum Edition.) Schuyler, Montgomery "Preface: In 1892 Montgomery Schuyler published a volume of his essays under the modest title American Architecture - Studies. Culled from magazine articles which appeared during the preceding decade, the seven essays in this volume have long been recognized as among the most perceptive, urbane, and progressive critical writings on certain aspects of nineteenth-century American architecture..." The last essay in this volume, "An Architectural... Continue...  (Sweeney 91B) Pp 312-316 0091.01.0516
1964  Arch&Space 2.jpg (7085 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture and Space  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Penguin Books) Blake, Peter Originally published in 1960 as a section in "Master Builders".  Original SC List Price $1.45. (Fourth Edition)  (Sweeney 1566) Pp 138 1566.00.0998
1964  The Chicago School of Architecture (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Random House, New York) Peisch, Mark Original HC List Price $4.95.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1567) Pp 177 1567.00.0102
1964  The Chicago School of Architecture  (Soft Cover) (Published by Random House, New York) Peisch, Mark Original SC List Price $2.95.  (First SC Edition)  (Sweeney 1567) Pp 177 1567.01.1098
1964  The Chicago School of Architecture,.. Condit, Carl W. First published in 1952 as "The Rise of the Skyscraper"...   Continue... Pp 238 1573.01.0810
1964  Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium; Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright (Large Booklet)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Arizona state University, Tempe, AZ) Edited by: Smith, Dean Descriptive booklet for the Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright. "They had walked the length and breadth of the campus that warm May afternoon in 1957, seeking a site for a university auditorium that was as yet only an improbable dream... Mr. Wright studied the grassy area in momentary silence, noting its circular frontage bounded by a busy highway, and then declared: ‘I believe this is the site. The structure... (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1569) Pp 36 1569.00.0502
1964  GammageMemAud 2.jpg (2475 bytes) Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium; Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright (Small Booklet)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Arizona State University)   (First Edition) Pp 5 1569.02.0401
1964  Work of Frank Lloyd Wright, From 1893-1900  (Soft Cover) (Published by Prairie School Press) Spencer, Robert C. Jr. A Prairie School Press reprint of an article originally published in Architectural Review, June 1900, Sweeney 41.  Original SC List Price $2.50.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1571) Pp 13 1571.00.0304
1964
Historic American Buildings Survey, Isidore Heller Residence (Published by the Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Nation Park Service, Arlington, Virginia) Rudd, J. William

Photographs, Written Historical and Descriptive Data. Includes historical information and events connected with the structure, architectural information, a description of the exterior, interior and site. 8.5 x 11. See our Wright Study on the Heller Residence.

Pp 7 1596.43.0614
1964  ImperialHotel 2.jpg (3226 bytes) The Imperial Hotel Story  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Imperial Hotel, Japan) Tiltman, Hessell (See Sweeney 1814) (First Edition) Pp 62 1571.01.0399
1964
Inspiration, An Essay By Louis H. Sullivan, Architect. Read at the Third Annual Convention of the Western Association of Architects at Chicago, November 17, 1886.) (Soft Cover, Stiff cover) (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour) Sullivan, Louis H. Louis Henry Sullivan was born in 1856 and died in 1924. Frank Lloyd Wright worked in his office, before starting his own firm, and years later wrote, "I have tried - with honest arrogance - to describes the tragedy, triumph, and significance of the great man who invariably signed himself Louis H. Sullivan; to tell you why I, through never his disciple - nor that of any man - called him Liebermeister." Sullivan was 30 years old when he read this before the convention. "The following essay...   Continue... Pp 36 1596.55.0116
1964
L’Architechture Du XX Siecle (The Architecture of the Twentieth Century) (Hard Cover) (Published by Julliard, Paris. Printed in Switzerland) Bernier, Georges and Rosamond Printed in French. "This book prepared under the direction of Monique Schneider-Maunoury. The texts and illustrations in this book have been selected from L’Oeil Magazine of Art, Architecture and Decoration, directed by Georges and Rosamond Bernier. Chapter 5: Frank Lloyd Wright, Pp 48-59. 18 photographs and illustrations include: SC Johnson, Robie, Imperial Hotel, Fallingwater, Taliesin West, Taliesin, Unitarian Meeting House, Pauson, Florida Southern College (2), David Wright (2), Mile...   Continue... Pp 282 1596.27.0314
1964  Modern Gardens and the Landscape  (Soft Cover) (Published by The Museum of Modern Art, New York.  Dist. by Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY) Kassler, Elizabeth B. Frank Lloyd Wright included on pages15, 80-1, 89, 91, 93-5, 6 Photographs  Original SC List Price $2.75.  (First Edition) Pp 96 1571.02.0302
1964
Paintings from the Huntington Hartford Collection in The Gallery of Modern Art (Published by The Foundation for Modern Art, Inc., New York) Weinhardt, Carl J., Jr., Director; Potter, Margaret, Curator Catalogue composed of 50 plates which include Cassatt, Dali, Degas, Hopper, Monet, Pissarro, Sargent, Toulouse-Lautrec and Turner, to name a few. "Another important American collector has decided to share his collection with the general public..." Weinhardt. "...The public display of the Huntington Hartford Collection is a setting specially designed for it states the belief of its founder that within the... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Huntington Hartford Resort Project. Pp 69 1596.49.0515
1964
Loren B. Pope House, Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) (Published by the National Park Service, Washington, D.C.) Myer, Donald B. Photographs and Written Historical and Descriptive Data. "The Loren B. Pope House is an example of a Usonian House as designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1940. This represents the architect's efforts in low priced housing. It is one of the few buildings in the Washington, D. C, area by this architect. The Loren B. Pope House was built in 1940 in Falls Church, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D. C, by Loren... Continue...  For more information see our Wright Study on the Pope-Leighey House. Pp 9 1596.54.0815
1964
The Pre-Raphaelites. A Loan Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and Their Associates. (Soft Cover) (Published by the Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, and the Gallery of Modern Art, New York, and includes the Huntington Hartford Collection.) Coley, Curtis G. Catalogue for an exhibition held at the Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis and the Gallery of Modern Art, New York, and included the Huntington Hartford Collection. "The name, ‘Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood,’ probably coined by Rossetti, was meant ot express the fundamental attitude of the group: that painting since Raphael had suffered from the formalization and synthesization which follows the adoption... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Huntington Hartford Resort Project. Pp 103 1596.50.0515
1964
Spanish Earth (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Chicago) Iris, Scharmel Compilation of 64 poems. "This is the fifth book of poems by Scharmel Iris, poet-in-residence at Lewis College, whose greatness as a poet has been acclaimed by some of the noted writers of our age. He is internationally recognized. Salvador de Madariaga, historian of the Spanish race, writes in his preface to the assembled poems, ‘This poetry is Spanish poetry, written in English...’ Roy Campbell... says in his epilogue: ‘I have no hesitation in pronouncing this book a triumph of the poetic imagination..." (Back cover.) Original list price $3.00. (First Edition) 6 x 9.25 Pp 77 1596.48.1014
1964  The Johnson Foundation and its Wingspread (Published by The Johnson Foundation, Racine, Wisconsin) Oliver, William "In the village of Wind Point, which touches the northeast corner of Racine, there stands a lighthouse on the sore of Lake Michigan. A short distance away is a building called Wingspread - it too is a lighthouse of sorts, casting a beam of light which penetrates the darkness of ignorance shrouding a true understanding of man and the universe in which he lives." Reprinted from the Autumn 1964 Issue of Wisconsin Tales and Trails. Includes ten photographs and two illustrations. 9 x 12. (First Edition) Pp 8 1596.15.1109
1965
1965  LaCasaFallwtr 2.jpg (6030 bytes) La casa sulla cascata di F. Ll. Wright Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by ET/AS Kompass, Italy) Zevi, Bruno & Kaufmann, Edgar Jr. Riegl’s prophecy and Fallingwater” Zevi.  “Twenty five Years of the House on the Waterfall, Frank Lloyd Wright architect” Kaufmann. This is a reprint from two separate articles in the August 1962 issue of L’Architettura.  The text is in Italian and English.  This hard cover edition is laid out differently then the soft cover version.  It combines the text from both articles at the front of the book.  Includes 123 photographs and illustrations. Original cover price L. 3500. 9.5 x 12.75. (Second Edition: 1965)  (Sweeney 1537) Pp 80 1537.01.0301
1965 Valley of the God-Almighty Joneses  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Appleton-Century, New York) Barney, Maginel Wright Written by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Sister.  Original HC List Price $4.95.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1597) Pp 156 1597.00.0902
1965 IlMuseoGuggenheim 2.jpg (5666 bytes) Wright: il Museo Guggenheim (Stiff Soft Cover) Cresti, Carlo (Italian)  Original SC List Price Lire 800.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1600) Pp 7+ 1600.00.0501
1965 AmericasGreatArch 2.jpg (6608 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright America’s Greatest Architect  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Harcourt, Brace and World, New York) Jacobs, Herbert A stormy genius, idolized by his devoted students and followers but misunderstood and often mistrusted by those too conventional to follow his swift imagination, Wright was the leading force in the development of modern architecture.  Jacobs commissioned Wright to design two homes for his family.  Original HC List Price $3.95  5.75 x 8.25.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1601) Pp 223 1601.00.0899
1965 Wendingen 2.jpg (1773 bytes) The Work of Frank Lloyd Wright, The Great Wendingen Edition  (Hard Cover - Boxed Slip Cover)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Wijeveld, H. Th. Reprint of the 1925 version.  Printed like the original, on one side and folded.  Original HC List Price $42.50.  (First Edition)  Five copies. (Sweeney 1604) Pp 164 1604.00.0698 1604.00.1098 1604.00.0800 1604.00.0305 1604.00.0613
1965 WorkOfWendingen 2.jpg (3364 bytes) Work of Frank Lloyd Wright, The Wendingen Edition  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Bramhall House, a division of Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., New York) Wijeveld, H. Th. This BH version does not have the double folded pages. The BH cloth cover of the first edition is more in keeping with the original Horizon cover.  The fourth and sixth editions have a black spine with a three in wrap, and the rest of the cover in a beige cloth.  Original HC List Price $14.98, $42.50 for the Sixth Edition.  12 x 12.75.  (First, Fourth and Sixth Edition - Three copies.)  (Sweeney 1604) Pp 164 1604.02.0500 1604.02.0799 1604.02.0307
1965
Barnsdall, Aline; Residence A (HABS No. CAL-375), 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. (Published by Historic American Building Survey, National Park Service, Western Office, San Francisco, California.) Winter, Robert; Girvigian, Raymond Includes: Architectural and Historical Significance; Historical Information; References, Architectural Description; First and Second Floor Plans. Corresponds with a set of six photographs. 8.5 x 11 Pp 9 1628.51.1115
1965
Chicago’s Famous Buildings. A Photographic Guide to the City’s Architectural Landmarks and Other Notable Buildings (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London) Edited by: Siegel, Arthur; Foreword: Bach, Ira J.; Essays: Duncan, Hugh Dalziel; Condit, Carl W. Begins with two essays. The first, "The Chicago School: Principles..." by Duncan, and "The Chicago School: ...and Practice": by Condit. Of the 92 examples, it includes Wright buildings. #15: Rookery Building and Wright remodel. #29: Charnley House. $33: Sullivan House. #37: Francis Apartments. #38: Francisco Terrace Apartments. #41: Heller House. #52: E-Z Polish Building. #57: Robie House. During 1961-62, Laird Scott was a Senior...  Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Heller Residence. Pp 230 1628.45.0514
1965
Salvador Dali 1910-1965. An Exhibition in the Gallery of Modern Art. Including the Huntington Hartford Collection. December 18, 1965 - February 28, 1966. (A: Soft Cover, B: Library rebound) (Published by The Foundation for Modern Art, New York) Weinhardt, Carl J.; Rousseau, Theodore; Canton, Francisco Javier; Dali, Salvador "It is hard to believe that twenty-five years have elapsed since the Museum of Modern Art presented the first major Dali exhibition in this country. During those years the artist has continued to work at his richly productive pace. Thus it is high time for another survey, which not only covers his stylistic evolution since 1941, but one which goes back to he very beginning..." The catalogue includes 150 plates, the exhibition... Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Huntington Hartford Resort Project. Pp 160 1628.49.0515
1965
The Judgment Seat. Introduction by Dame Edith Sitwell (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Ralph Fletcher Seymour) Iris, Scharmel "To run across a book of beautiful poems in today’s troubled world may be likened to the finding of a cool spring in a desert - not often come upon! It is a pleasure to announce the publication of a new book of this character. The comments by notables in the field of literature bear out, give substance to this statement. The Judgment Seat is Scharmel Iris’ latest publication." Dust jacket. Comments by Carl Sandburg, T. S. Eliot, Ezra Pound and Robert Frost. Original list price $3.00. C 6 x 9.25 (First Edition) Pp 65 1628.54.1116
1966
1966
A Testament - (Hard Cover Slip Case) (Published by Shokokusha, Tokyo. Translated by Masami and Yoshiko Tanigawa.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Japanese Edition. Frank Lloyd Wright separates this volume into two books. Book One - Autobiography. Unlike other volumes that Wright revised and updates, this does not appear to be a revision of his early "An Autobiography, but a fresh autobiography of his life. Book Two - The New Architecture. "Frank Lloyd Wright presents an illuminating synthesis of the nine great principles upon which he has unremittingly based his lifework. This is the basic account of his creative life and ideas...  Continue... (Sweeney 1149) Pp 257 1149.04.1017
1966 Frank Lloyd Wright Vision and Legacy  (Soft Cover) Committee of Architectural Heritage A catalog for exhibition Sept. 15 - Oct. 1, 1965 at the University of Illinois, to raise funds for the restoration of the Robie House. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1629) Pp 32 1629.00.0404
1966 ArchitectOnArch 2.jpg (2543 bytes) Architects on Architecture: New Directions in America  (Hard Cover) Heyer, Paul (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1632) Pp 60-6 1632.00.0201
1966 Historic American Buildings Survey, Chicago & Nearby Illinois Areas (Soft Cover) (Published by The Prairie School Press, Park Forest, Illinois) Compiled by: Rudd, J. William, A list of measured drawings, photographs and written documentation, in the survey 1966. Compiled and edited by Historic American Buildings Survey. Published in conjunction with the exhibit of the Historic American Building Survey which opened in January 1966 in Chicago and traveled throughout the United States for the next couple years. Survey incorporates sixteen building by Wright and includes three photographs and illustrations pertaining to Wright’s buildings. 6 x 9. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1633) Pp 52 1633.00.1212
1966 A Guide to the Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park & River Forest, Ill (Soft Cover) (Published by The Prairie School Press) Edited by The Oak Park Public Library; Intro by W.R. Hasbrouck Original SC List Price $1.00. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1634) Pp 31 1634.00.0602
1966 Frank Lloyd Wright: A Study in Architectural Content (Hard Cover DJ)  (Published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ) Smith, Norris Kelly Two copies, one with, and one without a dust jacket. Original HC List Price $5.95. 6 x 8. (First and Second Edition) (Sweeney 1636) Pp 178 1636.00.0606
1966 FLWStudyArchCnt-Smith 2.jpg (6230 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright: A Study in Architectural Content (Soft Cover)  (Published by Prentice-Hall, Inc.) Smith, Norris Kelly Original SC List Price $2.45 (First Edition) (Sweeney 1636) Pp 178 1636.01.0401
1966/67
Frank Lloyd Wright (Soft Cover with Slip Cover) (Japanese) (According to Sweeney, published by Kajima Kenkyusho or Kajima Institute, Tokyo. Translated by a Japanese friend as: Kajima Institute Publishing Group, Tokyo) Tanigawa, Masami (Sweeney's description: "Not Seen. Cited in the bibliography published by the Oak Park Public Library.") It appears to be a biography on the life of Frank Lloyd Wright. Chapters include: Imperial Hotel Designer; Birth 1867 or 1869; Frubel’s Benefits; To Chicago! Sullivan’s Office; Chicago; First Golden Era; First Golden Era II; Misfortune, Adversity; Escape from the USA; Second Golden Era II; Light Positioning; Notes about Organic Architecture, Afterward; Reference Book...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1644) Pp 215 1644.00.1017
1966  Die Zukunft Der Architektur (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Albert Langen, Georg Muller, Verlag GmbH, Munchen, Wien) Wright, Frank Lloyd "The Future of Architecture" published in German. This volume follows the outline of the original volume published in 1953. A collection of previously published work including "A Conversation with Hugh Downs" broadcast May 17, 1953; "Modern Architecture"; "Two Lectures";  "Architecture and Modern Life";  "An Organic Architecture";  "Organic Architecture". This edition does not include as many photographs, and they are published in the center of the book. 8 x 10.25 (First Edition) (Sweeney 1645) Pp 250 1645.00.0613
1966  Ein Testament: Zur neuen Architektur (A Testament to the New Architecture) (Soft Cover) (Publisher: Ernesto Grassi. Editors: Ursula / Eginhard Hora Munchen. German translation by Peter Jonas.) Wright, Frank Lloyd German soft cover edition of A Testament. Herausgeber: Ernesto Grassi. Redaktion: Ursula / Eginhard Hora Munchen. Deutsche Ubertragung von Peter Jonas. (Publisher: Ernesto Grassi. Editors: Ursula / Eginhard Hora Munchen. German translation by Peter Jonas.) (Copyright Albert Langen - Georg Muller, Munchen) Includes some of the photographs nad drawings that appeared in the original English edition. 4.5 x 7.5. (First SC Edition) (Sweeney 1646) Pp 185 1646.00.0613
1966 L’Avenir De L’Architecture (Soft Cover)  (Published by Editions Gonthier) Frank Lloyd Wright French Version of "The Future of Architecture".  Original SC List Price 15 F + TL = 15,40 F  (First French Edition - Paperback) (Sweeney 1647) Pp 252 1647.00.1201
1966 LifeWkWds DJ 2.jpg (5285 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright, His Life, His Work, His Words  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Horizon Press) Wright, Olgivanna Lloyd Original HC List Price $10.00  (First Edition) (Sweeney 1648) Three copies, Two with Dust Jackets. Pp 224 1648.00.1198 1648.01.0699 1648.02.0501
1966 Men of Modern Architecture  (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Macrae Smith Company Philadelphia) Forsee, Aylesa Chapter Two: Frank Lloyd Wright: Uncommon Architect, Uncommon Man. Original HC List Price $4.75 (Second Edition) Pp 35-64 1652.01.0102
1966 Oscar Steffens House, (HABS No. ILL-1063), 7631 North Sheridan Road, Chicago. (Published by Historic American Building Survey, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, National Park Service, Arlington, Virginia.) Rudd, J. William Includes "Written Historical and Descriptive Data" (5 sheets), "Measured Drawings" (6 sheets), and Photographs (two photocopies of a photograph and floor plans published in "Frank Lloyd Wright, Ausgeführte Bauten" (Executed Buildings), 1911. In April, 1963, just before the destruction of the Steffens Residence, architects R. Gardner and J. William Rudd recorded precise measurements...  Continue...  (Sweeney 2083) For more information see our Wright Study on the Oscar Steffens Residence. Pp 12 2083.00.0512
1967
1967 Architectural Essays From The Chicago School: Thomas Tallmadge, Louis H. Sullivan, Jens Jensen and Frank Lloyd Wright. From 1900 to 1909.  A Prairie School Press Reissue  (Published by The Prairie School Press, Forest Park, IL) Edited by W.R. Hasbrouck: 1) Thomas Tallmadge: 4-7) Frank Lloyd Wright Includes reprints of the following articles: 1) “The Chicago School” The Architectural Review, April 1908, Pp 69-74.  Includes three Wright photographs. (S#83).  2) “Current Periodicals”  The Architectural Review, April 1908, Pp 78.  Includes five Wright photographs.  4) “A Home in a Prairie Town” The Ladies Home Journal, February 1901, Pp 17. Includes five illustrations. (S#45).  5) “A Small House with Lots of Room in It” The Ladies Home Journal, July 1901, Pp 15.  Includes six illustrations...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1682) Pp 20 1682.00.1206
1967 The Japanese Print: An Interpretation  (Hard Cover - Boxed Slip Cover)  (Published by Horizon Press) Frank Lloyd Wright Original HC List Price $30.00. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1686) Pp 144 1686.00.0102
1967 Oriental Art. Snuff Bottles. Bronzes, Jades. Pottery & Porcelains. Paintings. Furniture & Decorative Objects. (Produced by Parker, Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York) Parker, Bernet Galleries, Inc. Estate of the Late Senator Theodore Francis Green and other Owners. Public Auction December 14 and 15. A total of 499 items, which included 119 items sold by an "Arizona Educational Institution" (The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation). Item [148] "Japanese Carved and Lacquered Statue of Daruma" 22.5 inches tall, pictured on page 19, is clearly pictured in "Frank Lloyd Wright A Biography" Farr, 1961, plate 20, on the top shelf in the Studio at Taliesin. Purchased for $2,100 by Mrs. Mary Griggs Burke...  Continue... Pp 92 1720.05.0110
1967 AmericanArt 2.jpg (6994 bytes) American Art Since 1900, A Critical History  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Frederick A. Praeger, New York, Washington) Rose, Barbara Includes references on Wright and seven  photograph.  Original SC List Price $3.95  (Second Edition) Pp 320 1686.01.0301
1967
Architecture in Michigan. A photographic Survey (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Wayne State University, Detroit) Andrews, Wayne Wayne Andrews was born on September 5, 1913. He graduated from Harvard College in 1936. He was the Curator of Manuscripts at the New York Historical Society, and an editor at Charles Scribner's Sons. He received a doctorate at Columbia University in1956. His PhD was published as Architecture, Ambition, and Americans, Harper's, 1955. He was the American Art Professor at Wayne State University, Detroit from 1964 to 1983. He published many articles: Harper’s Bazaar - July 1948, Pp 76; Perspectives...  Continue... Pp 112 Unpaginated 1720.36.0417
1967 Sources of Modern Architecture, A Bibliography (Published by Lund Humphries, London, for the Architectural Association, London) (An edition was published in New York by George Wittenborn.) Compiled by: Sharp, Dennis Includes a section on Frank Lloyd Wright (pages 38-39). "In 1900, as Hitchcock has remarked, ‘he came to maturity’. The prairie house period began. People in America were beginning to take notice of his writings, lectures and buildings. During the next decade Europe became aware of the work of this remarkable architect..." It includes a short bibliography and a list of 29 books and articles by and about Wright. (Paper Number 2 of 3.) 8.25 x 11.6. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1685) Pp 56 1685.00.0613
1967 Monona Basin Project, Schematic Master Plan  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation) Peters, William Wesley, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Schematic Master Plan for the City of Madison, Wisconsin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, December 1967.  Double Paper Cover, Embossed.  (First Edition) Pp 90 1686.02.0304
1967 Monona Basin Project, Schematic Master Plan (Printed for distribution as a public information service of the City of Madison) Peters, William Wesley Excerpts from the more extensive report, Schematic Master Plan for the City of Madison, Wisconsin. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, December 1967.  (First Edition) Pp 9 1686.03.0306
1967 The Wise Bamboo (Published by the Charles E. Tuttle Company, Rutland, Vermont and Tokyo.) Morris, J. Malcolm Originally published in 1954. This special edition for sale in Japan, okinawa and Korea only, being a complete and unabridged reproduction of the first American Edition. Six hectic, funny and exciting years as manager of Tokyo’s Imperial Hotel. Portions of this book were first published as an article in "The Saturday Evening Post" 1952 in an article entitled "My Six Fantastic Years at the Imperial Hotel." Original cover price ¥540 or $1.50. 4.75 x 7.1. (Fourteenth Edition) Pp 253 1720.10.0810
1967 Twenty Letters to a Friend (Hard Cover) (Published by Harper & Row, New York and Evanston) Alliluyeva, Svetlana; Translated by Priscilla Johnson McMillan Svetlana Stalina, daughter of Joseph Stalin, later known as Svetlana Alliluyeva, created an international stir when she defected from the Soviet Union in 1967. Fourteen years after her father’s death, She traveled to India, where she sought political asylum at the U.S. embassy. She arrived in the U.S. one month later, settling in Princeton, N.J., and denouncing the Soviet Union. Married four times, she had two children in Russia, from her first two marriages, and a third child, Olga, from her fourth...  Continue... Pp 246 1720.21.0313
1968
1968
The Living City (Hard Cover Slip Case) (Published by Shokokusha, Tokyo,. Translated by Masami and Yoshiko Tanigawa.) Wright, Frank Lloyd Japanese Edition. In 1930 Wright gave his renowned lecture on The City at Princeton University. In 1932 he published his now classic indictment as "The Disappearing City". Wright continued to work on his thesis and in 1945 republished it as "When Democracy Builds". With this third and final version, "The Living City" he expanded and rewrote it completely. This edition is a translation of the third and final version. Inscribed: "To Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Hasbrouck. (From)... Continue... (Sweeney 1218) Pp 295 1218.06.1017
1968  Conversations with Henry Brandon (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston) Brandon, Henry; Wright Frank Lloyd Chapter 3: "Frank Lloyd Wright: Beyond Modern Architecture. He was not just a creative genius, he was a visionary with a poetic pathos. Like so many geniuses, he was an eccentric and like so many eccentrics he was egocentric, and because he was so flamboyantly, so rebelliously egocentric he tended to be tyrannical. But, as everything he did, even his tyranny was in the grand manner... November 1957." One of 15 interviews. Original list price $4.95. 5.6 x 8.75  (Sweeney 1721) Pp 55-62 1721.00.0613
1968
F. LL. Wright 2, Contemporary Architects Series (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Bijutsu Shuppan - sha, Tokyo) Photography: Futagawa, Yukio Text: Ikuta, Tsutomu ;Misawa, Hiroshi Text is in Japanese. Number 2, a photographic essay of Frank Lloyd Wright designed private residences. The first, "F. LL. Wright, 1" a study of Wright public buildings, was published in 1967. Also includes a list of buildings in Oak Park and River Forest. Includes 66 plates, some in color. 8 x 10.25 (First Edition) (Sweeney 1722) Pp 120 1722.00.0418
1968 The Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright (HABS)  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The Prairie School Press) Prairie School Press Reprint of the drawings completed by the Historic American Building Survey (HABS). 14 drawings.  Original SC List Price $2.50  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1723) Pp 15 1723.00.0404
1968 The Imperial Hotel: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architecture of Unity (Published by the Charles E, Tuttle Company, Inc. Rutalnd, Vermont and Tokyo, Japan) (Hard Cover DJ) James, Cary As destruction of Wright’s Imperial Hotel loomed, Cary documents the condition of the structure in 1965. Includes 46 numbered pages of text, 63 photographic plates and six illustrations and floor plans in fold out spreads.  7.75 x 10.5.  Original HC List Price $7.50.  Two copies.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1725) Pp 140 1725.00.1198 1725.01.1106
1968 RebelArch 2.jpg (6429 bytes) Frank Lloyd Wright - Rebel Architect  (Hard Cover - Library Binding)  (Published by Franklin Watts, Inc. New York) Naden, Corinne J. He may well have been America's greatest architect.  He was probably the most influential architect of any age.  Years ahead of his time, he created a new kind of architectural expression that has never been equaled.  Two Copies  5.75 x 8.5.  (First and Second Edition)  (Sweeney 1729) Pp 147 1729.00.1000 1729.02.0105
1968 Peo of Dest 2.jpg (8866 bytes) People of Destiny, Frank Lloyd Wright  (Hard Cover - Library Binding)  (Published by Childrens Press, Chicago) Richards, Kenneth G. Original HC Library Binding List Price $5.25.  8.75 x 11.25.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1730) Pp 96 1730.00.0301
1968
Imperial Hotel 1921-67 (Hard Cover, Boxed) (Published by Kajima Institute Publishing Company, Tokyo.) Watanabe, Yoshio Photographer. Text: Naito, Tachu; Akashi, Shindo; Yamamoto, Gakuji Text in Japanese. A photo essay of the Imperial Hotel. 56 illustrations, nine color plates. Inscribed: "To Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Hasbrouck. (From) Masami Tanigawa." Acquired from the estate of Wilbert and Marilyn Hasbrouck. Original list price Y2500. 10 x 9.5 (First Edition) (Sweeney 1731) Pp 102 1731.00.1017
1968  Early Work "Ausgeführte Bauten 1911"  (Hard Cover - Boxed Slip Cover)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright Original HC Slip Cover List Price $15.00. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1732) Pp 143 1732.00.0199
1968 EarlyWork-Horizon68G 2.jpg (2570 bytes) Early Work "Ausgefuhrte Bauten 1911"  (Hard Cover)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1732) Pp 143 1732.00.0100
1968 EarlyWork-Bramhall 2.jpg (7788 bytes) Early Work "Ausgefuhrte Bauten 1911"  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Bramhall House, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1732) Pp 143 1732.02.0899
1968
Florida Southern College; Interlachen 1968 (Yearbook) (Published by Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida) Florida Southern College "On the following pages the statements have been taken from the texts of books by Frank Lloyd Wright. These comments on education with the photographs of buildings conceived by Mr. Wright comprise a tribute the inspiration distilled from his philosophy," "...its architecture will cause it to become a beacon of light." p.1. "No school exists without something to teach..." p. 2. Includes 8 images related to Wright’s buildings, which include the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel and Polk Science Building. 9 x 12.25. (First Edition) Pp Cover 1 2 11 13 20 40 208-9 1757.12.1213
1968 Sandburg 2.jpg (5232 bytes) The Letters of Carl Sandburg  (Hard Cover - DJ)  (Published by Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., New York) Ed. Mitgang, Herbert Original HC List Price $12.50.  (First Edition) Pp 577 1732.01.0999
1968 The Spring Green (Published by The Wisconsin River Development Corporation) Keland, W.H. Spiral bound presentation booklet for "The Spring Green", which included the Restaurant (completed), proposed Ski Slopes, Homes, Country Club and Golf Course. The restaurant was designed in 1953, begun in 1957, halted at Wright’s death, completed in 1968. Project to date has not begun. Embossed logo on cover.  10.75 x 11.25.  (First Edition) Pp 22 1732.02.0205
1968 Westinghouse Corp. 1969 Calendar. (Published by The Westinghouse Printing Division, Pittsburgh) Storycraft Inc., Westinghouse Electric Corp. Spiral bound calendar.  Cover illustration and story, Project Community Center, Point Park, Pittsburgh, 1947. Includes illustration and full page biography. 11 x 8.5. Pp Cover - 2, 12 (April), 36 1732.03.0205
1968 Wisconsin Men (Hard Cover) (Published by Franklin Publishing, Milwaukee) Georgiady, Nicholas; Louis Romano Library binding. Biography for children. Six stories. Chapter five: Frank Lloyd Wright, Pp 23-26.  6.5 x 8.75.  (First Edition) Pp 32 1732.04.0506
1968 Great Modern Architecture (Published by Studio Vista Limited, London and E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc, New York) Cantacuzino, Sherban First three chapters in the book pertain to Wright.  1: Unity Temple;   2: Taliesin West;   3: S.C. Johnson and Son Administration Building.  Includes 15 photographs and four illustrations.  First published in 1966.  Original Soft Cover price $1.95.  5 x 7.25.  (Second Edition) Pp 8 -27 1732.05.1006
1968 The Fountainhead  (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., Indianapolis, New York) Rand, Ayn Originally published in 1943.  This version published on the 25th anniversary.  The Fountainhead (based on Wright) is a story of one man, Howard Roark, and his struggles as an architect in the face of a successful rival, Peter Keating, and a newspaper columnist, Ellsworth Toohey. But the book addresses a number of universal themes: the strength of the individual, the tug between good and evil, the threat of fascism.  5.8 x 8.5. (First Edition) Pp 741 1757.06.0607
1969
1969 Architecture in New York, A Photographic History (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by Atheneum, New York) Andrews, Wayne In 255 photographs, magnificently reproduced, the incredible range of the architecture of New York State, from Manhattan Island to Chautauqua County, is surveyed by a connoisseur (dust jacket). Section on Frank Lloyd Wright, pages 147-155. Includes photographs of Darwin D. Martin Residence, Larkin Building (2), Boynton and Davidson Residences, Heath Residences (2), Friedman Residences (2), Guggenheim Museum (3) plus the cover. Original list price $17.50...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1758) Pp 188 1758.00.0613
1969 The Pope-Leighey House  (Soft Cover)  (Published by The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.) Bullock, Helen Dudpry & Morton, Terry B. Contributing editors: Brooks, H. Allen; Pop, Loren B.; Leighey, Marjorie F.; Chadwick... An exact reprint of Historic Preservation - April -September 1969.  Only difference is the cover.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1760) Pp 120 1760.00.0102
1969 TwoChicagoArchs 2.jpg (2102 bytes) Two Chicago Architects and Their Clients (Hard Cover)  (Published by MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London England) Eaton, Leonard K. Frank Lloyd Wright and Howard Van Doren Shaw.  Original HC List Price $10.00.  (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1762) Pp 259 1762.01.1101
1969 TwoChicagoPB 2.jpg (3447 bytes) Two Chicago Architects & Their Clients  (Soft Cover)  (Published by MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London England) Eaton, Leonard K. Frank Lloyd Wright and Howard Van Doren Shaw.  Original SC List Price $3.95.  (First Paper Edition)  (Sweeney 1762) Pp 259 1762.02.1200
1969 

Fine Japanese Prints. Auction catalog for the Estate of the late Blanche B. McFetridge, Property formerly in the Frank Lloyd Wright collection. November 20-21, 1969. (Soft Cover) (Published by Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. New York)

Parke-Bernet Galleries Includes preface about Wright and prints. Auction includes 433 prints and catalog includes 36 illustrations. Also included is final bids. Original SC List Price $3.00, By Mail $4.00. 7 x 10.25. Two copies. (First Edition) (Sweeney 1771) Pp 128 1771.00.0304 1771.01.0512
1969 Frank Lloyd Wright Festival: Oak Park - River Forest, Ill - May 30 - July 4, 1969  (Soft Cover)  (Published by Oak Park - River Forest Chamber of Commerce) Edited by Sanderson, Warren A program and calendar of events celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright Day - June 8, 1969. Includes photos, drawings and map for 31 homes. (First Edition)  (Sweeney 1774) Pp 36 1774.00.0302
1969 The Book of Buffalo Pottery (Hard Cover, DJ) (Published by Crown Publishers, Inc., New York, and simultaneously in Canada by General Publishing Company Limited.) Altman, Seymour & Violet The reader will find all the facts, statistics, and details resulting from the research of these dedicated authors. Every kind of ware the firm is know to have made is discussed or pictured. Here, too, is the fascinating background story of the John D. Larkin mail-order company, which founded the pottery that made Deldare, Abino, Blue Willow, advertising and commemorative pieces, game sets, pitchers and jugs, and other articles dating from its early days that are cherished and highly valued...  Continue... Pp 192 1803.11.0812
1969

The Industrial Revolution Runs Away  (Hard Cover - Boxed Slipcase)  (Published by Horizon Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd In 1932 Wright published his now classic indictment on the city as “The Disappearing City”.  Wright continued to work on his thesis and in 1945 republished it as "When Democracy Builds".  In 1958 he published his third and final version, “The Living City” which he expanded and rewrote completely.  In 1969 Horizon Press published a new boxed version of “The Disappearing City”, with Wright's hand written revisions titled “The Industrial Revolution Runs Away”.  It is a facsimile of the original edition reproducing each page as subsequently revised and written in Wright's own hand.  This edition also includes facing pages presenting the new text complete with the revisions.  Two Copies...  Continue...  (Sweeney 1775) Pp 187 1775.00.0600 1775.00.1102
1969 The Industrial Revolution Runs Away (Hard Cover - Boxed Slipcover) (Published by Horizontal Press, New York) Wright, Frank Lloyd In 1932 Wright published his now classic indictment on the city as “The Disappearing City”. Wright continued to work on his thesis and in 1945 republished it as "When Democracy Builds". In 1958 he published his third and final version, “The Living City” which he expanded and rewrote completely. Wright has now gone back to the original. This edition includes a facsimile of the author's copy of the original 1932 edition of The Disappearing City as revised in his hand and contains...  Continue...   (Sweeney 1775) Pp 187 1775.04.1210
1969 The Industrial Revolution Runs Away - News Release (Published by Horizontal Press, New York) Horizon Press Original News Release found inside slipcase. "For Immediate Release. A Rare Facsimile and New Text by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Horizon Press double edition of The Industrial Revolution Runs Away/The Disappearing City comprises one of the most important documents in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. It will be published on December 1st. The writing of The Disappearing City – first published in 1932, almost immediately thereafter out of print and long sought since – was a startling act of...  Continue...  Pp 1 1775.05.1210
1969
Avenue State Bank 1969-1970 Calendar (Published by the Avenue State Bank, Oak Park) Avenue State Bank "Avenue State Bank salutes the architecture of FLW in Oak Park, 1893-1911. Logical Calendar, 1969-70." Includes four illustrations by Joseph Hennessy. Illustrations include: 1) Isabel Roberts House. Caption: "Long shadows of Prairie sun, caught in bold line of roof and eave, at home in the quaint village, at home in the autumn eve." 2) Unity Temple. Caption: "Strong fort, brave temple, unafraid of time, pledged to all tomorrows, by promises of yesterday." 3) W. H. Winslow House. Caption: "Bright smile... Continue...  Pp 20 1803.25.0318
1969
Chicago’s Famous Buildings. A Photographic Guide to the City’s Architectural Landmarks and Other Notable Buildings (Hard Cover DJ) (Published by The University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London. Second Edition Revised and Enlarged) Edited by: Siegel, Arthur; Foreword to the First and Second Edition: Bach, Ira J.; Essays: Duncan, Hugh Dalziel; Condit, Carl W. Begins with two essays. The first, "The Chicago School: Principles..." by Duncan, and "The Chicago School: ...and Practice": by Condit. Of the 112 examples, it includes Wright buildings. #14: Rookery Building and Wright remodel. #23: Sullivan House. #24: Charnley House. #28: Francis Apartments. #28: Francisco Terrace Apartments. #33: Heller House. #41: E-Z Polish Building. #47: Robie House. #60 Wright House and Studio. #61...  Continue...  See our Wright Study on the Heller Residence. Pp 272 1803.19.1016
1969
Lewis and Fugenia Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (Soft Cover) (Published by the Taliesin Associated Architects, Scottsdale, AZ) Taliesin Associated Architects "The Civic Center Site. The performing Arts Hall has been designed and oriented to form a part of the fully developed Civic Center Master Plan which was prepared by the Taliesin Associated Architects as part of their contract with the City of Sarasota... The project was begun in 1968 and was completed in December, 1969. Includes an illustration of the Hall, four floor plans, and an illustration of the master plan. 9.5 x 12 (First Edition) Pp 8 1803.14.0415
1969 Modern Architecture International Exhibition, New York Feb. 10 To March 23, 1932. Museum of Modern Art. (MOMA)  (Published for The Museum of Modern Art by Arno Press)  (Hard Cover DJ) Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Jr. New York, Feb. 10 To March 23, 1932. Museum of Modern Art. First published in 1932 by The Plandome Press of New York, 5000 original copies printed. Reprint Edition, 1969.  A catalogue for the exhibit held at MOMA on the leaders of the International Style. Part II, First Chapter “Frank Lloyd Wright.” Includes a biography on Wright; Description of the “Model in the Exhibition: Project for House on the Mesa, Denver Colorado”; Chronology of his life;  List of work completed through 1932...  Continue...    Pp 29-55 1775.02.1006
1969 Only One Year (Hard Cover - DJ) (Published by Harper & Row, New York and Evanston) Alliluyeva, Svetlana; Translated by Paul Chavchavadze The major purpose in writing this book was "To answer it fully, to make perfectly clear what the free world feels like after the Communist world, she describes in moving, personal detail her daily life in the U.S.S.R.; Stalin, his yes-men, and some of the men now in power (like Kosygin and Suslov); the steadfast and difficult life of the Moscow intellectuals who made up her own close circle and are ‘still behind those bars... without any promise of better and freer life. Perhaps just the contrary.’ "...  Continue... Pp 444 1803.13.0313
1969 The Robie House, John Barnard, Monte Models Barnard, John Cut & Assemble.  Scale model of Robie House.  1 Foot = 1 Inch.   1775.01.0801
 

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